Happy Bonfire Night! Happy Guy Fawkes Day! Happy Fireworks Night! Since I did not grow up in England, I am new to the excitement for November 5th. It seems that fireworks started exploding around England a week before November 5th and continues a week after. We took our daughter and son to their 1st Firework Show on October 25th, 2015.
- Black paper
- Toilet paper or paper towel cardboard tubes
- Plastic cups (optional)
My daughter could easily use paint everyday for craft projects. My top tip for using paints with babies and children is assembling all the supplies together before starting the project. When my daughter was younger and liked to use her hands/feet to paint, I always put a large flatten box on the floor as the work surface with tons of packs of paper wipes ready for clean up. Since my daughter is a little older and uses paint brushes, I now use a plastic table cloth on her coffee table as the work surface.
I did try using the plastic cups to create additional fringed stamps but the plastic was to thin to keep its shape while stamping. Using a paper cup may be another option to try to use to create firework bursts.
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